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Evaluate expression to add not to concatenate

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net


I am preparing string expression to use it to insert statement like

str="insert into franchise (xx,yyy,xxxxx) values (" + rblxx.SelectedIndex + 1 .............

when I do so it simply concats the thing like value of  rblxx.SelectedIndex "0" and 1 makes 01 and not 1.

Can u suggest some function and trick to add the numeric values not concat. I tried using System.Convert.ToInt32 but not worked for me.

Best Regards

Jay Khatri

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